One of Louisiana's top offensive linemen has narrowed his college choice down to 12 schools.
Lost in the news that satellite camps are, after all, will not be banned is the fact that college football coaches just got a free new phone plan that includes unlimited texting to recruits.
There's a new No. 1 prospect for the Class of 2017, and he's in SEC territory.
A top-5 receiver from the 2017 recruiting class has listed five different SEC schools in his top 10 college choices.
LSU received a commitment from a 2017 quarterback over the weekend, and the news brought coach Les Miles to tears.
A four-star quarterback prospect from Hawaii could be set to commit to Alabama on Monday.
Georgia, Tennessee and Kentucky can all feel good so far about their early recruiting returns in the Class of 2017
Three SEC schools are reportedly in the running for a highly coveted athlete in the Class of 2017.
Kentucky fans are going to like what they see here in this quarterback commit for 2017.
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart is using an aggressive approach to recruiting but staying patient for the top prospects like 2016 five-star athlete Demetris Robertson.
Alabama and Georgia are early leaders for top recruits in the class of 2017. Overall, the SEC is well represented among the top 100 recruits set to sign in February.
A Tennessee target was one of the most talked about participants at "The Opening" in Charlotte.
Alabama does not yet have a receiver committed for the 2017 class.
A top-30 recruit out of Texas named three SEC schools in his latest top 10.
The Gators coaching staff is ready to blitz the Sunshine State.
Mac Jones made some impressive throws at Sunday's Rivals QB challenge.
A Texas A&M commit trained with a quarterback guru in Austin.
Les Miles has landed a QB commitment for the 2017 recruiting class.
Hawaii's top player is ready to make his decision, and the SEC is heavily involved.
Arkansas has added a 3-star athlete from the state of Louisiana to its 2017 recruiting class.
A one-time LSU commit has narrowed down his potential college choices to five.
Texas A&M and Mississippi State get early A's, Alabama is looking good while Auburn and Ole Miss are waiting in the wings to make a move in the 2017 recruiting class.
A Notre Dame signee from Orlando trolled the Florida Gators with his yearbook quote.
A Massachusetts TE is looking at two SEC schools.
Tennessee doesn't play Virginia Tech until they square off in the Battle at Bristol on Sept. 10, but the Vols scored a big win over the Hokies on the recruiting trail on Friday.
As spring football screeches to a close, SEC head coaches will be turning their attention toward summer recruiting. Here's how each team's '17 class looks right now.
The Wildcats picked up a huge commitment on Thursday evening.
Days after completing the Boston Marathon, Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen received more good news.
The satellite camp saga continued Wednesday night when the Pac-12 revealed its representative voted "the wrong way."
According to ESPN's Tom VanHaaren, the NCAA is allowing schools to pay for official visits from two parents/guardians during an official visit from a recruit.
A couple Georgia recruits for 2017 are casting light on the recent trend of Tuscaloosa commits leaving for Athens.
Georgia has gotten a commitment from one of the top offensive guards in the Class of 2017.
Tate Martell is the top-rated Class of 2017 quarterback prospect committed to an SEC team but he is still looking around.
A Miami Hurricanes running back commit recently visited LSU and said that the Tigers would be a 'great fit' for his skill set.
Negative recruiting has become more and more commonplace. But it bothers us that teams now are recruiting against older coaches by convincing recruits they're going to retire or they've lost their A game.
Tate Martell is not only taking his visits, but is soliciting offers from other SEC schools.
Georgia and Alabama are in the mix for the nation's top WR.
Rashan Gary received a less than pleasant voicemail on his school's athletic department phone.
Alabama landed a specialist following Saturday's A-Day Game.
When talking about his recruitment, one prospect had some high praise for Alabama coach Nick Saban.
Georgia and Florida are the most popular states for SEC schools to do out-of-state recruiting but Texas is on the rise.
Several players from the IMG Academy are expected to go on a tour of schools in the next week.
The Gators are searching nationwide for their recruits.
A Peach State prospect is high on five SEC schools.
A sought-after freshman from the Sunshine State pledged to the Crimson Tide.
A Texas wideout became the third Volunteers commitment of the day.
Arkansas picked up an offensive tackle from Missouri.
Saturday is proving to be a big recruiting day for Mississippi State as the commitments keep rolling in.
Tennessee picked up its second commitment of the day on Saturday afternoon.
The Bulldogs added a pass catcher to their 2017 recruiting class on Saturday.
The Texas A&M offense received another commitment for the 2017 recruiting class.
The Vols received a commitment from an outside linebacker for next season's recruiting class.
Kirby Smart received some great news just hours before his first spring game as Bulldogs head coach.
The Crimson Tide's 2018 recruiting class was dealt a setback on Saturday.
LSU landed a commitment from one of the top offensive linemen in the Class of 2017 on Friday.
Former Mississippi State DT commit T.D. Moton, who was released from his letter of intent due to academic reasons, is getting his chance with another SEC school.
Mizzou added a quarterback to the class of 2016.
The Bulldogs are recruiting a former player to return to Athens for a second stint with the team.
Texas A&M wide receiver Christian Kirk is among the top performing freshmen to come out of the 2015 recruiting class.
Bruce Jordan-Swilling has narrowed his college choices down to 10 schools.